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Online voting: Movements in Ireland

By Christopher Walsh.

With similar legal systems and a wide degree of cultural intelligibility, the UK can look to Ireland for efforts in reforming remote-based voting. 801 more words

Online Voting

Irish Breeze

From March 28th to April 4th we celebrated the Republic of Ireland, with an exhibition of students’ projects and a live session on March 31st. This session had the special participation of the Irish writer Peter Murphy, who gave a short conference on the topic “Finding your voice in the world”. 24 more words



What so special about Ireland? The only thing that I can think of is beer, beer, and BEER! I don’t know why maybe that’s because of they’re famous for their Irish Beer, the famous temple bar, and the Guinness Store House in Dublin. 1,526 more words

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Human torso discovered in park during search for rapist

A human torso has been found in a park during the search for a murdered rapist.

James Nolan went missing in 2010 and a year later his severed arm was found in Dublin. 246 more words


Ireland's many kit changes in 1986 World Cup qualifying campaign

Football kit expert John Devlin is not prone to exaggeration. Therefore, when he mentions three times in True Colours 2 that the Republic of Ireland’s kits during their tenure with O’Neills featured more than a few variations, you know that something strange was afoot. 996 more words

Kit History

Man accused of murder banned from own trial after punching lawyer

A man accused of murdering the mother of his children shocked a court when he punched the prosecuting barrister in the face.

Leaving Patrick Marrinan with a bleeding nose, the accused man was wrestled to the ground by five police officers. 152 more words